We continue our two part autumn distillery tour with a few Scottish gems. Not only will you witness amazing sights and spectacular autumn hues on our tour, but you will taste some of the best whiskys in the world and find some of our bespoke products stocked in each and every one of the distilleries we featured. Enjoy!


Known as ‘Islay’s Farm Distillery’ thanks to its unique and charming setting, Kilchoman’s process includes every stage of production on site from the barley growing in the fields around the distillery to bottling their perfectly matured whisky on their premises.


A malt which captures the imagination of whiskey lovers worldwide, this Islay distillery is exacting in their artisanal process and truly captures the spirit of island’s rich landscape.


Deanston distillery is a single malt Scottish whisky distillery which lies on the banks of the River Leith amongst some of Scotland’s purest sources of water, and is most famous for its celebrated Deanston 20 Year Old.


A truly unique distillery in every sense of the word, Tobermory is the only distillery on Mull and one of the oldest in the country where they have maintained their uncompromising whiskey tradition since being established in 1798.


Forged in the extreme elements in Orkney, which contributes to its unique flavour profile which cannot be replicated through any other environment, Scapa is a smooth and honeyed single malt whisky.

Dallas Dhu

Although this distillery, which is located in the famous Speyside distilling region of Scotland, closed its doors in 1983, it is owned and run as a visitor museum by Historic Scotland.

Kingsbarns Distillery

This Fife distillery, located just outside St. Andrews in a charming 18th century farm steading and features a host of whisky tours and tastings which are available year-round.

This Islay distillery, famous for its smooth yet robust quality and unmistakable peat-smoke aroma, is a favourite with those who know their whiskey and is thought to be one of the longest established distilleries in the country after it was established in 1742.

We hope to have inspired you to take a distillery tour, or at least a day trip – let us know where you have been, what you have seen and - of course - tasted! And don't forget you can always buy exquisite gifts without the travel from our online shop!

Angel’s Share Glass is a small family business based in Bridge of Allan, Stirling that produces beautiful glassware to supply some of the world’s leading distilleries with products used for the distilling process.